Letters written to William Sherman during the years 1837 thru 1890

William Sherman

68 Letters written to William Sherman from 2 author(s) including George Mcclellan from places such as West Point, NY, Mansfield, OH and Washington, DC. Who did William Sherman know?

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    West Point, NY - 6 December 1837

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... in my opinion a man's success in his profession depends upon the impressions he receives at the beginning

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    Mansfield, OH - 2 May 1847

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... We have heard, since I wrote the above, of General Scott's brilliant victory at Cerro Gordo

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    Mansfield, OH - 25 April 1853

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... California is so far away, and it requires so long a time for a letter to go, that it seems like writing for futurity

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    Washington, DC - 29 June 1856

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... Your notions about the slavery question are in common with my own.

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    Washington, DC - 15 July 1856

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... fearing at the time a collision between the Vigilant Committee and your authority

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    Paris, FRA - 19 June 1859

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... If there are unhappy people here, I have not seen them.

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    Washington, DC - 24 December 1859

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... It was a thoughtless, foolish, and unfortunate act.

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    Washington, DC - 26 March 1860

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... it is the place of a schoolmaster with plenty of big boys to coax and master.

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    Washington, DC - 13 April 1860

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I sent you a copy of my speech...

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    Mansfield, OH - 26 November 1860

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The election resulted as I all along supposed.

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    Washington, DC - 22 December 1860

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I remember with pleasure the kindness shown me during the recent canvass by our political friends at Philadelphia

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    Washington, DC - 6 January 1861

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The very moment you feel uncomfortable in your position in Louisiana, come away.

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    Washington, DC - 12 April 1861

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The military excitement here is intense.

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    Washington, DC - 14 April 1861

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The war has really commenced. You will have full details of the fall of Sumter.

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    Washington, DC - 30 May 1861

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... It is probable that no movements will be made into the cotton States before winter.

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    Mansfield, OH - 12 September 1861

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... Enlistments in this part of the State now go on rapidly.

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    Mansfield, OH - 28 September 1861

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I am at last engaged in recruiting.

  • George Mcclellan letter to William Sherman.

    Washington, MD - 14 February 1862

    After giving the subject all the consideration in my power, I am forced to the conclusion that, under present circumstances, the siege and capture of Savannah do not promise results commensurate with the sacrifices necessary.

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    Washington, DC - 15 February 1862

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I was infinitely rejoiced to see in this morning's paper the announcement that you were to command at Cairo.

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    Washington, DC - 20 April 1862

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The general tone of public sentiment is very hopeful.

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    Washington, DC - 10 May 1862

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I had to make a speech on Ohio volunteers

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    Washington, DC - 19 May 1862

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I talked with the President on Saturday about the general state of the war.

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    Mansfield, OH - 8 August 1862

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The enlistment of recruits is now much more rapid than ever before.

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    Mansfield, OH - 24 August 1862

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I have read carefully your general orders enclosed and also your order on the employment of negroes.

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    Mansfield, OH - 22 September 1862

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... Since the date of your letter the condition of affairs has changed very much for the worse.

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    Mansfield, OH - 16 November 1862

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... Two matters now excite attention among politicians.

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    Washington, DC - 2 January 1863

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... We are watching with the most eager interest the progress of your expedition.

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    Washington, OH - 27 January 1863

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The newspapers are generally down on you...

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    Mansfield, OH - 20 March 1863

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... When I went into the Senate I anticipated quiet and dignified leisure with ample time to read, reflect and study...

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    Mansfield, OH - 7 May 1863

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The tone of popular opinion is more patriotic. There are fewer noisy Butternuts...

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    Mansfield, OH - 18 July 1863

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... How completely the tone of the press has changed in regard to you.

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    Mansfield, OH - 3 August 1863

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... With the officers of the army you stand very high.

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    Mansfield, OH - 29 August 1863

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... General Ord stopped with me last Sunday on his way East.

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    Mansfield, OH - 14 November 1863

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... On Tuesday next I start for Gettysburg to take part in the pageant of a dedication of the battle-field...

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    Washington, OH - 29 January 1864

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The general prosperity of the country is so marked that I am afraid of a reaction or a collapse.

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    Washington, DC - 26 March 1864

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... our movements have been so rapid of late that I scarcely knew where to address you.

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    Washington, DC - 17 April 1864

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... Our finances are bubbling up and down in that feverish state where a panic might easily come.

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    Mansfield, DC - 24 July 1864

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... If you are successful, it is ardently hoped that peace may soon follow with a restored union.

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    Mansfield, OH - 2 May 1865

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The universal topic of conversation and of discussion in the newspapers was your arrangement with Johnston...

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    Mansfield, OH - 16 May 1865

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... It is now manifest that many high officials seized upon that arrangement to ruin you, and you will not be wise if you allow them to do it.

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    Washington, DC - 10 November 1865

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... You deserve quiet-and repose after five years of change and labor.

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    Washington, DC - 2 July 1866

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... A man may lose his cause both in law or in war without yielding his sense of right or his pride or honor.

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    Washington, DC - 8 July 1866

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... Congress and the President are drifting from each other into open warfare.

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    Mansfield, OH - 26 October 1866

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I thought, and was glad to hear, that you had a charming trip.

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    Washington, DC - 3 December 1866

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I was heartily glad you got out of the War Department.

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    Washington, DC - 27 December 1866

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... the South have two months more in which to accept the constitutional amendment.

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    Washington, DC - 7 March 1867

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... You will have noticed that my name is connected with the Reconstruction Law.

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    Mansfield, OH - 9 August 1867

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... It is now becoming extremely important to know precisely what Grant wants in connection with the Presidency.

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    Mansfield, OH - 1 November 1867

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I see no real occasion for trouble with Johnson.

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    Washington, DC - 23 February 1868

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... Impeachment seems to be a foregone conclusion so far as the House of Representatives is concerned

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    Washington, DC - 1 March 1868

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... So far as I am concerned, I mean to give Johnson a fair and impartial trial, and to decide nothing until required to do so...

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    Washington, DC - 6 December 1868

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I never expected to be appointed Secretary of the Treasury

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    Washington, DC - 24 December 1868

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... My conviction is that specie payments must be resumed...

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    Mansfield, OH - 10 October 1869

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The panic in New York, though disastrous to a few

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    Mansfield, OH - 12 October 1870

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I am getting tired of the ceaseless struggle of political life

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    Mansfield, OH - 16 July 1871

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I know you have hosts of friends in our party who would resent any marked injustice to you

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    Mansfield, OH - 17 October 1871

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I am glad you are going to Europe, and under such favorable auspices.

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    Washington, DC - 26 January 1872

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman...My re-election has got to be an old story.

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    Mansfield, OH - 4 August 1872

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... Just now all interest is centred upon the Presidential election.

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    Mansfield, OH - 10 October 1872

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The election is over, and clearly indicates the re-election of Grant.

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    Washington, DC - 29 January 1884

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... You are probably right in your treatment of the Presidential nomination.

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    Washington, DC - 7 March 1884

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... You did not want the nomination.

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    Washington, DC - 4 May 1884

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... if Elaine is not nominated in the early ballots a movement will be made for your nomination

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    Washington, DC - 10 December 1884

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... He was not only a conspirator, but a traitor.

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    Washington, DC - 6 April 1886

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... it gives fully his idea of the injustice of the war with Mexico, which I think was shared...

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    Mansfield, OH - 3 September 1887

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... My trip to the Pacific over the Canadian Railroad was a great success.

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    Washington, DC - 9 November 1889

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... The coming session of Congress is to be an important one

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    Washington, DC - 21 July 1890

    John Sherman letter to William Sherman... I will deliver your message to Edmunds...